How many of the phones you owned are in ~the Evolution of the mobile phone~ by Docomo:

Japanese communications company NTT docomo celebrates its 20th anniversary with an exhibition showcasing the evolution of mobile phone culture starting from 1987 to the present day. the extensive chronological display of cell phones on view at tokyo designers’ weekoffered a visual documentation of the progress made in terms of size, shape, form, color and materials used in the design of today’s mobile devices:

Go see ~Omote 3D Shashin Kan~ for printing a 3D scale model of your own body:

Omote 3D Shashin Kan is the world’s first 3D portrait studio that uses a handheld scanner to produce a three-dimensional scale model of your entire body, which is then sculpted into a intricate plastic figurine.

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Created by Japanese advertising and branding company PARTY and located in Tokyo’s youthful Harajuku neighborhood, the studio offers three different sizes for your luxurious mini-me sculpture: 3.9 inches (¥21,000 / $258), 5.9-inches (¥32,000 / $394) and 7.8-inches (¥42,000 / $517). It’s hard to call it a downside, but 3D printing isn’t exactly a instantly gratifying process and the models take about a month to complete.

How the Dutch in 2009 proposed to save New York:

Watch this animation accompanying the 2009 presentation by Dutch engineering firm Arcadis: “Against the Deluge: Storm Surge Barriers to Protect New York City”


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Also check the impressive slides available here:
http://biotech.law.lsu.edu/climate/ocean-rise/against-the-deluge/15-verrazano…

It can still be built…

(thanks for the tip, Sander!)